Fashion insiders relish Anna Wintour backlash amid stalled Met Gala, catty memoir

Any other calendar year, the initial Monday in May perhaps would locate Anna Wintour perched atop the Metropolitan Museum of Artwork stairs in couture — presiding above a star-studded Achieved Gala that would dominate the news cycle for times.

This 2020 extravaganza was likely to be particularly poignant. With the concept “About Time: Trend and Length,” the gala was to mark the museum’s a hundred and fiftieth anniversary. But like each big celebration in the latest months, it has been postponed thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.

Meanwhile, Wintour, who is both the Vogue editor-in-main and creative director of publisher Condé Nast — as effectively as the name at the rear of the Met’s Anna Wintour Costume Center —  has discovered herself in the headlines for less savory causes.

Previous 7 days, an excerpt from previous Vogue editor-at-big André Leon Talley’s memoir, “Chiffon Trenches,” revealed that he has been left with

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